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  • Today even large airports may need to invest in a remote tower system as contingency and other digital services linked to air traffic management.

    Air traffic control has looked much the same since the Second World War. High towers, various technical systems and binoculars have been important elements of an activity which, has been characterised by stringent safety requirements and regulatory control.

     
  • Defence and security company Saab has been selected to supply NATS, the United Kingdom’s leading provider of air traffic control services, with Wide Area Multilateration (WAM) equipment at two key sites in the UK.

     
  • Istanbul New Airport gets Integrated Tower System

     |  Press release

    Defence and security company Saab has signed a contract with Cengiz Construction to supply a complete integrated air traffic control tower system for Istanbul New Airport, which is currently under construction in Turkey. Cengiz Construction is the leader partner of the IGA consortium, which will continue to improve and operate Istanbul New Airport over the next 25 years.

     
  • Defence and security company Saab has been selected by Belgocontrol to deploy its Advanced – Surface Movement Guidance & Control Systems (A-SMGCS) at Liège Airport and Brussels South Charleroi Airport.

     
  • Defence and security company Saab has been selected by Croatia Control Ltd. to deploy its Advanced – Surface Movement Guidance & Control System (A-SMGCS) at Zagreb International Airport. 

     
  • Air traffic controllers around the world rely on Saab’s Air Traffic Control (ATC) Automation solutions to optimise safety and efficiency. Our integrated ATC Suite is a modular and scalable solution that seamlessly integrates into airports of all sizes.

    Air traffic controllers around the world rely on Saab’s Air Traffic Control (ATC) Automation solutions to optimise safety and efficiency. Our integrated ATC Suite is a modular and scalable solution that seamlessly integrates into airports of all sizes. By upgrading and consolidating existing systems, Saab can provide airports with the most advanced technology, allowing them to respond to any challenge.

     
  • The Swedish Air Navigation Service Provider (LFV) and Saab were first in the world to put remote air traffic control towers into operation. This innovative system now enters the UK, with a demo suite due to be installed at the Swanwick Control Centre.

    The Swedish Air Navigation Service Provider (LFV) and Saab were the first in the world to put remote air traffic control towers into operation. After ten years’ development work this innovative system now enters the UK, where a demo suite will be installed at the Swanwick Control Centre.

     
  • Defence and security company Saab will be exhibiting its full range of air traffic management solutions at the World ATM Congress, 7 to 9 March 2017 in Madrid, Spain. Please visit us on Stand 305.

     
  • Remote Tower solutions infographic

    The Swedish Air Navigation Service Provider (LFV) and Saab were the first in the world to put remote air traffic control towers into operation. After ten years’ development work this innovative system is now going international.

    The Swedish Air Navigation Service Provider (LFV) and Saab were the first in the world to put remote air traffic control towers into operation. After ten years’ development work this innovative system is now going international.

     
  • 2016

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  • Defence and security company Saab and the Swedish Air Navigation Service Provider (LFV) newly established company Saab Digital Air Traffic Solutions AB, has signed a letter of intent with Scandinavian Mountains Airport AB to provide remote air traffic services. The parties’ intent is to sign a contract during the first quarter of 2017.

     
  • Defence and security company Saab has signed a contract with RIOgaleão, the concessionaire responsible for managing the Tom Jobim International Airport in Rio de Janeiro, to supply a common-use surface surveillance platform. The system increases the efficiency of aircraft operations on the ground and contributes to reduced flight delays. RIOgaleão, the second busiest international airport in Brazil, will be the first airport in Latin America to use this technology.

     
  • Defence and security company Saab announces that LFV, the Swedish Air Navigation Service Provider, has formally commissioned the first region of its Wide Area Multilateration (WAM) system on the path to full nation-wide coverage in Sweden.

     
  • Defence and security company Saab, announced that its Airport Surface Surveillance Capability (ASSC) is now operational for the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) at San Francisco International Airport (SFO).

     
  • Defence and security company Saab has been awarded a contract by the City of Phoenix’s Aviation Department to provide an event management system for Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX).  As part of the five-year agreement, Saab’s SAFE – an open integration software platform – will offer enterprise-wide situational awareness and a shared, common operational picture, including real-time landside and airside conditions.

     
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  • Johan Klintberg CEO Of Saab Digital Air Traffic Solutions

     |  Press release

    Effective September 1, 2016, Johan Klintberg is appointed CEO of the company Saab Digital Air Traffic Solutions. At the same date, the company will commence its operations, to market, sell, develop and operate products and services for remote air traffic control.

     
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